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What the world can learn from Rwanda’s approach to drones

Right now, most countries restrict who and how you can fly drones. They can only be flown within the operator’s line of sight, and operators cannot oversee more than one aircraft. Safety and security are important, but these regulations mean we are not maximizing the benefits that drones can provide for everyone. Drones are great […]

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Federal grant helping Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus, law enforcement agencies evaluate remote-sensing technologies to fight crime

kansasFederal grant helping Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus, law enforcement agencies evaluate remote-sensing technologies to fight crime SALINA — The Applied Aviation Research Center on the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is working with law enforcement partners to evaluate small unmanned aircraft remote sensing technologies to reconstruct crime scenes.  Under the grant, sponsored by the National Institute of Justice, […]

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DJI Concludes TB55 Battery Investigation

January 16, 2019 – DJI has concluded its investigation into the issue concerning some TB50 and TB55 batteries reporting incorrect power levels in late 2018. The current firmware (v01.02.0301), which adds a redundancy algorithm to the battery management system, has successfully addressed the small number of early Return-To-Home (RTH) or Automatic Landing (AL) cases triggered by initial conservative measures DJI […]

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Drone Company CyPhy Relaunches as Aria Insights

Massachusetts-based CyPhy Works has spun off into a new company dedicated to autonomous, robotic “teammates” via artificial intelligence. Aria Insights launched this week, promising a new dedication to “harnessing data collected by drones and keeping users safe in the process.” The CyPhy teams is bringing year’s of UAS experience to the table, having already made […]

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AirMap, Kittyhawk and Wing Demonstrate InterUSS Remote ID Solution

Flying a drone is very different from flying a plane or driving a car. For starters, it’s remote. The separation between pilot and vehicle means there’s limited accountability built into the situation. And that’s an issue. If you want to reassure members of the public and law enforcement that what you’re doing is above board, society’s usual […]

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